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The Richards Firm is here to make the legal system more accessible to those who have suffered from an accident or injury. We’ve created these posts to provide general advice, legal overviews*, and occasional updates.

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Why Do Insurance Companies Deny Claims?

If you’ve been injured in an accident, it’s important that you seek medical treatment right away. Delayed medical treatment may result in further health complications and permanent damage. Some people

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Take the Right Actions, Right Now.

Are you prepared for the aftermath of a vehicle accident? Just in the state of Ohio, there are an average of 60,000 crashes that result in injuries, property damage, and death every year.

Almost everyone will be involved in at least one vehicle accident in their life, whether they drive or not. Even a “simple” car accident can spiral into costly bills, long-lasting pain, loss of a vehicle, and more. 

This free download covers the critical actions you should take in order to care for yourself and find the best resolution possible.

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*Information provided in these blog posts are for informational purposes only and do not constitute as binding legal advice. By reading these posts, you are not entering in a client-attorney relationship with The Richards Firm.

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